Ananth Mahadevan says Sushant Singh Rajput’s case is a long drawn battle as he feels mysterious deaths often don’t have closure – Times of India

Sushant Singh Rajput’s family, friends, and fans have been having sleepless nights ever since he was found hanging in his Mumbai apartment in a mysterious way. Even though the case has been taken over by the CBI now, actor Ananth Mahadevan feels that this case is going to be a long drawn battle.
Talking about the same to a news portal, Ananth reportedly said that there have been a number of suicide and mystery deaths including Marilyn Monroe, Divya Bharti, Jiah Khan, Disha Salian, and now Sushant which never have proper closure.

Elaborating further, he wonders if this case is also going to be a long drawn battle. He also stated that this case has also inadvertently exposed the dealings within the glamour world. According to him, the case has thrown light on how ruthless it can be and how professional relationships between contemporaries are comfortable. Questions about nepotism etc have risen from this and how you end up being distraught and cut up by peers. You feel isolated and things drive you to a point where you take your own life.

Ananth also opened up about the ongoing investigation. He stated that things like his personal relation, accounts, his mental health are being looked at. It could be all of them put together, which people will all know in due course. According to him, it is a huge question mark as of now. However, he also feels that the film industry can surely learn lessons from this case. According to him, in this business, the pressure can kill you as you have a public image. As for the coverage, he added that people should take a back seat and let the authorities do their job but also not let the case be forgotten like many others in the past.

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